July 25, 2020
Palladium One discovers massive sulphides during initial drilling at Tyko

Palladium One hits high-grade PGEs at LK

2020.07.25 Palladium One (TSX-V:PDM) has found initial success at the drill bit, indicated […]
July 17, 2020

As palladium market sizzles, PDM ready to drill LK project

2020.07.17 Palladium prices have slipped back a bit since the pre-pandemic record high […]
July 17, 2020

How to benefit from the big US infrastructure push

2020.07.17 The US economy continues to flounder like an East Coast freighter bashed […]
July 9, 2020

Asset investing in Freegold and Cypress

2020.07.09 Are you a speculator or an investor?  A lot of people new […]
June 26, 2020

Saving the planet with clean and green

2020.06.26 Lockdowns and reduced industrial activity aimed at reducing the spread of the […]
May 2, 2020

A tale of two depressions

2020.05.02 As the coronavirus continues to hammer state and provincial economies, politicians are […]
May 1, 2020

Breadline blues

2020.05.01 Is it safe to re-open? That is the question facing US governors […]
April 25, 2020

Is the covid crisis good or bad for the environment?

2020.04.25 You may have read articles about how scrapped flights are clearing the […]
March 29, 2020

The most important mine in America

2020.03.29 The covid-19 pandemic has put a laser-like focus on insecurity of lithium […]
March 25, 2020

Negative real rates puts shine on Getchell’s gold

2020.03.25 A number of factors influence gold prices (mainly the US dollar, gold […]
March 21, 2020

The new stay at home economy

2020.03.21 For a lot of workers, the coronavirus is starting to get personal.   […]
February 20, 2020

A Minsky Moment is coming for gold

2020.02.20 “Minsky Moment” refers to the idea that periods of bullish speculation will […]
January 9, 2020

How mining M&A is starving juniors

2020.01.09 A brisk wind of investment dollars is blowing in the direction of […]
January 1, 2020

US Red Shirts and the Boogaloo

2020.06.02 The race riots seen around the United States over the past few […]
January 1, 2020

Road to a mining ‘yes’ littered with obstacles in Canada

Resource nationalism is the tendency of people and governments to assert control, for strategic […]
January 1, 2020

Road to a mining ‘yes’ littered with obstacles in Canada

Resource nationalism is the tendency of people and governments to assert control, for strategic […]
January 1, 2020

Themes Matter

2017.06.25 When looking for an investment your method should involve a thematic approach, […]
January 1, 2020

Two Bullets

2017.06.25 I’ve read the following article so many times I can just about […]
December 14, 2019

Demand for battery metals strong despite weak EV sales

2019.12.14 For all the hype over electric vehicles and their relentlessly optimistic growth […]
November 30, 2019

Lower-priced platinum keeping palladium supply in check

2019.11.30 Palladium prices are marching up again despite the platinum-group element (PGE) losing […]
November 28, 2019

Gold and a gun

2019.11.28 There are many extreme events that could do massive damage to planet […]
November 26, 2019

Growing inequality threatens mining

2019.11.26 In the 1986 classic ‘Platoon’, Charlie Sheen’s character Chris Taylor tells everyone […]
November 14, 2019

3D printing is a manufacturing game-changer

2019.11.14 Calling all carnivores: ever thought about getting a meat printer? Of hand-crafting […]
November 8, 2019

World’s major gold miners target copper porphyries

2019.11.08 Something has changed in the gold industry. During high gold-price periods the […]
October 31, 2019

‘Power to the People’ and mining

2019.10.31 The 1960s and 70s were decades of incredible social upheaval. Fed up […]
October 31, 2019

‘Power to the People’ and mining

2019.10.31 The 1960s and 70s were decades of incredible social upheaval. Fed up […]
October 12, 2019

Palladium is an unsung green superhero

2019.10.12 Smog from vehicle emissions is estimated to cause a third of the […]
October 11, 2019

Nevada is the Golden State

2019.10.11 Major gold companies are running out of reserves and every year it […]
October 5, 2019

Feeding the world vs saving the planet

2019.10.05 When China closed its door to all US agricultural exports in August, […]
October 3, 2019

When the levee breaks

2019.10.03 In John Steinbeck’s epic novel ‘The Grapes of Wrath’, a poor family […]
August 22, 2019

Fresh water crisis unfolding

2019.08.22 When planetary scientists search for life on other planets the first thing they look for is […]
August 16, 2019

Impressive exploration upside with Palladium One

2019.08.16 Palladium One Mining (TSX-V:PDM, FRA:7N11)  is exploring for platinum group elements (PGEs) at […]
August 16, 2019

A steady diet of plastic

2019.08.16 People eating fish are advised to watch carefully for bones, but how […]
August 5, 2019

Golden consequences

2019.08.05 The long-anticipated US Federal Reserve decision last Wednesday to notch interest rates […]
August 1, 2019

Beetle battle – BC’s last stand

2019.08.01 A warming climate plus decades of mismanagement by various provincial governments threaten […]
July 31, 2019

Gold as bubble hedge

2019.07.31 A few weeks ago we wrote that this is The season for gold. […]
July 25, 2019

The day the current stopped

2019.07.25 Anybody who’s ever planted cedar bushes knows how drought-sensitive the little suckers […]
July 17, 2019

What’s with all the weird weather?

2019.07.17 In January 2018, something strange happened in the Sahara Desert: it snowed. The […]
July 17, 2019

Palladium is integral to global transportation, energy shift

2019.07.17 Despite reports of its imminent demise, the internal combustion engine-powered vehicle isn’t […]
July 17, 2019

Africa rising

2019.07.17 A lot of resource investors stop listening to corporate presentations when they […]
July 13, 2019

Playing the gold ratios game

2019.07.13 There are some well-worn relationships between gold and certain variables, that forecasters […]
July 13, 2019

Playing the gold ratios game

2019.07.13 There are some well-worn relationships between gold and certain variables, that forecasters […]
July 6, 2019

It’s not easy going green

2019.07.06 As Kermit the Frog used to say, “It’s not easy being green.”. […]
June 11, 2019

Cobalt

2019.06.11 Our coverage of the electrification of the transportation system has been focused […]
May 18, 2019

Melting ice, Arctic scramble

2019.05.18 In August 2007, a pair of Russian submersibles dropped to the bottom […]
May 7, 2019

The future of pot

2019.05.07 The passage of Bill C-45 on October 17, 2018 made Canada the […]
May 3, 2019

China’s environmental crackdown buoys lead, zinc

2019.05.03 Zinc and lead prices are movin’ on up again, following a two-week hiatus […]
April 19, 2019

Battle royale brewing in Alberta

2019.04.19 Do you think the Canadian provinces have a fractious relationship with the […]
April 11, 2019

Palladium, darling of the PGEs, shifting into high gear

2019.04.11 The platinum group elements (PGEs) consist of six metallic elements found in […]
April 9, 2019

Cannabis space green shoots not what most think

2019.04.09 As signs of spring emerge in the Great White North, green shoots […]
April 5, 2019

Running on empty

2019.04.05 Mining is all around us, though invisible to urban dwellers, so it’s […]
April 3, 2019

Golden Triangles Red Line

2019.04.03 “Geologists are scrambling to understand what created the phenomenal concentrations of gold […]
March 30, 2019

EV and lithium battery markets to experience significant growth

2019.03.30 In North America, electric vehicles are still a niche market, with most […]
March 26, 2019

What if we threw a Cold War and nobody came?

2019.03.26 Russia just can’t seem to keep itself from stepping on America’s toes […]
March 22, 2019

Push for more LNG overshadows fracking-caused earthquakes

2019.03.22 LNG Canada is getting more ambitious in its plans to build BC’s […]
March 22, 2019

Push for more LNG overshadows fracking-caused earthquakes

2019.03.22 LNG Canada is getting more ambitious in its plans to build BC’s […]
March 5, 2019

Veg out on asparagus to resist cancer

2019.03.05 The health effects of “superfoods” have been touted for nearly 30 years, […]
March 1, 2019

Gold-rich banded iron formations

2019.03.01 Three and a half billion years ago, the earth’s atmosphere had no […]
February 28, 2019

All you need to know about VMS

2019.02.28 Between 4,000 million and 2,500 million years ago, the earth had cooled […]
February 22, 2019

Resource nationalism could further choke metal supplies

2019.02.22 Three of the most important metals surged on Wednesday due to a […]
February 22, 2019

Resource nationalism could further choke metal supplies

2019.02.22 Three of the most important metals surged on Wednesday due to a […]
February 16, 2019

The Big Lies perpetuated by Big Oil & Gas

2019.02.16 I always enjoy watching the Alberta government’s television ad on the Kinder Morgan […]
February 12, 2019

We are the Lemmings

2019.02.12 What were you doing on August 1, 2018? Likely it was just […]
February 9, 2019

ETFs are the modern-day fools gold

2019.02.09 Gold was up slightly on Friday, due partly to continued weakness in […]
January 30, 2019

New Brunswick nuclear energy vs BC LNG

2019.01.30 The nuclear powered energy train has left the station in the Eastern […]
January 29, 2019

Top down bottom up on lithium

2019.01.29 Remember playing that game to see how fast your muscle car could […]
January 18, 2019

Choose thorium-fueled reactors instead of Site C

2019.01.18 I was flying through the Twitterverse when I came across this doozy […]
January 10, 2019

How the BC NDP sold the environment down the river

2019.01.10 There once was a time when the New Democratic Party of British […]
January 10, 2019

SK Innovation mulling another $5B for America’s first EV battery plant

2019.01.10 Most North Americans equate electric vehicles with Tesla, whose “Gigafactory” in Nevada […]
December 22, 2018

Bolivia: Where revolutionaries and lithium miners go to die

2018.12.22 Other than being the country where Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara was killed, […]
December 16, 2018

BC earthquakes and fracking

2018.12.16 There is no fracking going on right now in northeastern British Columbia, […]
December 8, 2018

Ghost Empires

2018.12.08 Drought is a normal recurring feature of the climate in most parts […]
December 1, 2018

Bottled water bamboozle

2018.12.01 Bottled water is now the most consumed drink sold in a plastic […]
December 1, 2018

Whisky is for drinking; water is for fighting over

2018.12.01 The problem of severe water stress in the United States – and […]
November 17, 2018

The real price of LNG

2018.11.17 “This is a spectacular day for all British Columbians, again not one […]
November 17, 2018

A viable alternative to LNG

2018.11.17 The politicians holding power in British Columbia and Ottawa have stacked their […]
November 10, 2018

BC’s killer whales v LNG

2018.11.10 The snow-capped mountains north of Vancouver are famous for skiing, but eight […]
November 9, 2018

Golden Triangle’s Red Line

2018.11.09 Geology “Geologists are scrambling to understand what created the phenomenal concentrations of […]
October 21, 2018

LNG: Another environmental disaster coming to BC

2018.10.21 A new liquefied natural gas industry in British Columbia that would be […]
October 6, 2018

Uranium’s ugly stepsister

2018.10.06 Most junior resource investors know uranium, and many got in on the […]
August 9, 2018

Resurgent US oil industry priming the economic pump

2018.08.09 Crude oil prices dropped from $110 a barrel in the summer of […]
October 23, 2017

Vanadium: The Metal We Can’t Do Without And Don’t Produce

2017.10.23 From swords to jet engines  One of the world’s least known metals […]
October 16, 2017

Lithium Supercycle

2017.10.16 The truth, in regards to the world’s mineral resources, is that we […]
October 2, 2017

Why Lithium, Why Now?

2017.10.02 Our ‘who cares’ attitude towards pollution and habitat destruction are all increasing […]
September 17, 2017

Lithium ABC’s

2017-09-17 The Puna plateau sits at an elevation of 4,000m, stretches for 1800 […]
June 29, 2017

The Dawn Of Energy Storage

2017.06.29 Burning fossil fuels releases CO2.   Bloomberg   Carbon emissions from burning […]
June 25, 2017

Orphaned Poisoned Waters

2017.06.25   There’s a lot of water on the planet we inhabit – […]
May 27, 2017

Earth Overshoot Day

2017.05.27 The second half of the 20th century saw the biggest increase in […]
April 8, 2017

From Mine To Battery

2017.04.08 Four minerals – chromium, cobalt, manganese and the platinum group metals (PGM) […]
January 28, 2017

Manganese Is Energy Critical

2017.01.28 In 1917 the War Industries Board (WIB) noted that the United States […]
January 1, 1970

Major expansion in the works at Palladium One’s LK Project

Palladium One (TSX-V:PDM) is in the process of adding fresh ground to its […]
January 1, 1970

Solar Windows and Roofs

2017.03.21 Feldspars are found in granite type pegmatite rocks which are a mixture […]
January 1, 1970

The Lowdown On Getting High In Canada

600 tonnes of marijuana a year up for grabs as Canada moves to […]
January 1, 1970

Uranium sector won’t catch a break

One week ago Cameco announced it will maintain low output levels until uranium prices recover. […]
January 1, 1970

Imaginations of the Misguided

As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man […]
January 1, 1970

The Most Beautiful Metal

2017.02.23 Vanadium is a soft, silvery gray, ductile transition metal and is the […]
January 1, 1970

Techniques for Investing in the Metals Sector and Area Plays

Brad Aelicks  July 2020 It seems like an eternity since we have had […]
January 1, 1970

How the US lost the plot on rare earths

On Wednesday morning, a rocket blasted off from Blue Origin’s West Texas facility […]
January 1, 1970

The case for palladium

Discovered by English chemist William Wollaston in 1803, palladium was named after the […]